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Separation Technology – A Boon for the Chemical Process Industry

Sonia Gawande

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The main role of chemical engineers is to design and troubleshoot processes for the production of chemicals, fuels, foods, pharmaceuticals, and biological, just to name a few. They are most often employed by large-scale manufacturing plants to maximize productivity and product quality while minimizing costs. In a scientific sense, a chemical process is a method or means of somehow changing one or more chemicals or chemical compounds. Such a chemical process can occur by itself or be caused by an outside force, and involves a chemical reaction of some sort.

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